Meet Your Neighbor: Tempe resident pens book on refugee experience

Posted 9/27/22

Every day of Aida Sibic’s life has been irrevocably impacted by war. 

Now in her early 40s and living in Tempe, Sibic and her family were forced to leave their homeland of Bosnia behind and became refugees in California. Cut off from friends and loved ones, Sibic formed a love of technology as a teen in a new country. She now works in cybersecurity. 

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